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|Fun at the Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trot; event raises funds for Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary and Fallbrook Land ConservancyDecember 5th 2013
Scott Perkin, left, wears a turkey outfit and Alan Foster dresses as a pilgrim for the Thanksgiving Turkey Trot, Nov 28. Perkin and Foster finished near the front of the trot which began and concluded at the Grand Tradition, with participants looping through Los Jilgueros Preserve.
Wearing turkey caps on their heads, Shannon Shaffer, left, Ed Shaffer, and Anne Ferguson are ready for the Thanksgiving Turkey Trot on Nov. 28, which started and ended at the Grand Tradition Estate & Gardens.
Erica Williams, right, gives last minute instructions to participants in the Thanksgiving Turkey Trot, Nov. 28. People of all ages participated in the walk/run event for the benefit of the Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary and the Fallbrook Land Conservancy. Williams, of Fallbrook Village Fitness, is the organizer of the annual event.
Runner Sam Comerford leads the Thanksgiving Turkey Trot held on Nov 28. Comerford is a member of the Fallbrook High School cross country team and was the first finisher in the walk/run event.
Ready for the Thanksgiving Turkey Trot wearing tutus are, from left, front row, Sara Walker and Tawnya Deitering; back row, Christine Drazil, Celina Delatorre, Donna Shanahan, and Maile Geis. This group represents Kaia Fit of Fallbrook.
Participants of all ages, families with strollers, and more participated in the Thanksgiving Turkey Trot on Nov. 28. These walkers/runners are in the final segment, passing the veranda of the Grand Tradition.
Dan Allegro, right, shows off a Turkey Trot t-shirt on his grandson, Zachary Allegro, prior to starting the near-5K walk/run on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 28.
Turkey trotters head up the first hill during the annual Thanksgiving Turkey Trot Nov. 28.
An enthusiastic crowd begins the Thanksgiving Turkey Trot in the driveway of the Grand Tradition Estate & Gardens on Nov. 28. Some ran and some walked the nearly 5K distance through the Los Jilgueros Preserve and back.
Participants in the Thanksgiving Turkey Trot sign in and wait in front of the Grand Tradition on Thanksgiving Day, Nov 28. The Turkey Trot was a “light” 5K event benefiting the Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary and Fallbrook Land Conservancy.
Bonsall Chamber sponsors annual ‘Community Heroes’ recognition eventNovember 27th 2013
From left, Sandra Goodman of the Bonsall Chamber and Kathryn Carbon, Bonsall’s Honorary Mayor, present fire captain Rick Reese, North County Fire Protection District Firefighter of the Year, with his awards.
Sheriff’s Dept. Senior Volunteer Patrol members were among the honorees at the Bonsall Chamber’s Community Heroes event.
From left, Marie Joyce, senior representative for State Senator Mark Wyland; Captain Deb Schroeder, commander of the Oceanside CHP office; Tom Stinson, senior field representative for Assemblymember Marie Waldron; Officer Kevin J. Smale, honoree from California Highway Patrol Oceanside office; Don Burgett, representative for U.S. Congressman Duncan Hunter, and Gail Martin, president of Bonsall Chamber of Commerce take part in the Community Heroes event.
Scarecrow effort a success; awards announcedNovember 21st 2013
|Pictured at the Scarecrow awards event are, from left, Sherene Pierce, Cynthia Avina, and Daniel Martinez from Yogurt Palace; Juanita Hayes of SDG&E; Elisha Pellanda and April Schimke from Bello Lei Salon; Maria del Carmen Ramirez and Andrea Brooks, William Frazier Elementary PTSA; Jean Benson, Fallbrook Fall Faire co-coordinator (Nanette Noonan not shown); children from Miss Lynn’s class at Fallbrook Homeschool Academy: Theresa Martinez, Rebecca Sasson, Lucas Hudak, Vida Bell, Maura Romero, Joel Carassco, Benjain Kraft, Carleigh Grant, Aiden McKay, Frankie Voges, and Nicolas Keenan.
|Event provides “Winter Hay” for horses in needNovember 14th 2013
Horse trainer Alessandra Deerinick demonstrates ways of communicating and relating with horses at the “Winter Hay” benefit for rescued horses Nov. 9 at Horse Spirit Ranch in Bonsall.
Jessenia Villatolo, 11, gently rubs Aiyanna’s soft muzzle at the “Winter Hay” fundraiser where all proceeds benefited fostered horses. Aiyanna is a rescued foal.
The House to Home Foundation team and those who helped put on the benefit are, from left, Alessandra Deerinck, Debra Hilgendorf, President Tom Koretke, Cindy Koretke, Linda Holst, and Lynne Hayes, owner of Horse Spirit Ranch.
Robert Hayes strums his guitar and sings for guests at the “Winter Hay” benefit Nov 9.
Majestique, a six-month-old filly, entertained guests at the benefit and is the only female Iberian Warmblood of a Kiger Mustang and Brazilian Mangalarga Marchador in the world.
Debbie George, left, and Linda Holst walk a horse and her foal for the guests to watch during lunch at the fundraiser which also included a horse clinic, silent auction and raffles.
NFL, Chargers, Supervisor Horn support press box project at Warrior stadiumNovember 14th 2013
Coach Greg Madden, volunteers John and Ronna Ransbury, Marcus Cromartie, Angelica and Lindsey of the San Diego Chargers/NFL Grassroots Grant Program, Warrior supporter Sam Logan, and FUHS Principal Rod King pose for a photo as a $50,000 check is presented to assist with a new press box at Warrior stadium.
To assist with the new press box project, County Supervisor Bill Horn presents a $20,000 check to Fallbrook Football Boosters surrounded by Rudi Rudisell, Rod King, Dale Mitchell, Joel Menard, and the varsity cheer team.
Members from Fallbrook High and Pop Warner teams gather to thank the Chargers Grass Roots Organization and County Supervisor Bill Horn for their generous donations to finish the long-awaited press box for Warrior Stadium.